Wenjun Li
People nowadays are spending way more time on digital devices than ever before. How digital footprints and data matter to everyone's life has become a question that shouldn’t be ignored.
Since this data won't disappear automatically after human departures from this world, how will you want them to be dealt with after you pass away?
*This is a story that completely takes place on a computer screen.
Collaborator: Ruoqi Li
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People nowadays are spending way more time on digital devices than ever before. How digital footprints and data matter to everyone's life has become a question that shouldn’t be ignored.
Since this data won't disappear automatically after human departures from this world, how will you want them to be dealt with after you pass away?
*This is a story that completely takes place on a computer screen.
Collaborator: Ruoqi Li
This is a video documentation of a group project made under the theme “Choreography to Strange Attachments” in the Performance and Tech class at Parsons School of Design.
Collaborators: Kathryn McCawley, Sharmendra Devkota, Valerie Lin
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This is a video documentation of a group project created under the theme “Choreography to Strange Attachments” in the Performance and Tech class at Parsons School of Design.
Collaborators: Kathryn McCawley, Sharmendra Devkota, Valerie Lin
During the first lockdown in NYC in 2020, I was introduced to Musique Concrète in the Sound Studies class at Parsons. I was really into this genre and thought maybe I could make something out of my quarantine life and turn it into a music piece.
*Musique concrète is an experimental technique of music composition that utilizes recorded sounds as raw material.
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During the first lockdown in NYC in 2020, I was introduced to Musique Concrète in the Sound Studies class at Parsons. I was really into this genre and thought maybe I could make something out of my quarantine life and turn it into a music piece.
*Musique concrète is an experimental technique of music composition that utilizes recorded sounds as raw material.
This is a showcase reel made for an AMAZING class, xFab, that I had in the 2021Fall semester at Parsons School of Design with Professor Harpreet Sareen.
In this class, we were introduced to a wide range of materials and tools as used across cultures, geographies and timelines in the “making” history. Through intensively researching, making and reflecting on the process, at the end of the class, we were able to gain more critical perspectives on modern fabrication and electronics techniques.
This video only features some selected work. View full documentation on this notion page.
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This is a showcase reel made for the AMAZING class, xFab, that I had in the 2021Fall semester at Parsons School of Design with Professor Harpreet Sareen.
In this class, we were introduced to a wide range of materials and tools as used across cultures, geographies and timelines in the “making” history. Through intensively researching, making and reflecting on the process, at the end of the class, we were able to gain more critical perspectives on modern fabrication and electronics techniques.
This video only features some selected work. You can view full documentation on this notion page.
Digital Property  |  Choreography to Strange Attachments  |  Quarantine Life  |  xFab Show Reel